1962 Ford Thunderbird Coupe for sale! Motorcar Classics is pleased
to present this stunning 1962 Ford Thunderbird Coupe feature in
Cherry Red Metallic with red and cream interior. This car is said
to have had two owners and to have spent most of its life in the
South. According to its entry in the Thunderbird Registry, This is
a 1962 Thunderbird Hardtop. It is listed as being Chestnut
(Maroon-Brown Metallic) with a Chestnut vinyl interior. It was
scheduled for production on March 9, 1962 and ordered through the
Kansas City, Missouri District Sales Office. It has a 3.00:1 rear
axle ratio, 390CI V8, and Cruise-O-Matic transmission. Additional
equipment includes the factory AM radio, which is still in the car,
power drivers seat, power windows, cold AC, and the unique Swing
Away steering column. The car has been repainted and the seats have
been reupholstered tastefully in red velour, which is more cool and
comfortable than the original vinyl. The car has factory Turbine
wheel covers and narrow white sidewall tires. The paint, chrome and
interior present well, and the color combination is very flattering
to this iconic Thunderbirds futuristic styling. Our Thunderbird is
fully-sorted and a delight on the road. It could be described as
driving as-new. Here is one of the very first Personal Luxury cars,
and one that you can drive or show with pride.
1962 Ford Thunderbird
Location:Farmingdale, New York
Exterior Color:Cherry Red Metallic
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